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Well...it's pointless really to measure a uterus that early...however, the uterus doesn't usually rise above the pubic bone untill 12 weeks.
I have a friend who came to visit us a month ago at 9 weeks and she was showing already. Her midwife did an ultrasound and sure enoguh...two babies. I don't want to scare you! But...that happens. It's pretty suspicious that the doc felt your uterus above your pubic bone already.
Last time around I didn't get any fundal "feels" until she started measuring at the end of my 2nd trimester. I always have a hard time feeling my uterus until I am at least like 16-18 weeks, so I have no idea if it is in the right place or not. Please keep us updated.
I finally got my ultrasound booked and I don't get to have it until Oct. 24th! I can't believe I have to wait that long : ! I'm so eager to find out what is going on that I think I'm going to lose my mind before I finally manage to get the test and see what is happening in my uterus.
I've found this pg really stressful, with it being a big surprize, a bit of spotting, and now having to wait to find out why I'm measuring way off my dates... I bet in the end that it will just be one healthy baby but I am feeling pretty impatient right now!
I'll let you know in a couple of WEEKS what happens!
Freethinking Earth-mama of five.
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